July 2012 Blog Posts (14)

Macroeconomics and commercial Real Estate - the importance of having a house view on both markets. Interview of Hubert Roslund, MD, Head of Strategic Portfolio Management at RBS

Our partners at marcus evans conducted an interview with Mr. Hubert Roslund recently and kindly gave us a preferential permission to publish it on our website.

MACROECONOMICS AND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A HOUSE VIEW…

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Added by GlobalRiskCommunity on July 31, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

A BANK CREDIT PORTFOLIO... ESTIMATE ITS RISK

If there is a Bank Credit Portfolio with the dates of payment expired, isn't it interesting to measure how much is the (accumulated) Probability, the Borrowers do NOT pay ?
If interesting, send me just the two arrays: 1) the credits 2) the actual payments. For safety, the numbers can be multiplied by any number only you and God knows. Free.

Added by Oscar on July 30, 2012 at 10:21pm — No Comments

ISO 31000 for Property Development

In this short journal post, we share a presentation that reviews some of the problems of risk management in property development, how risk management currently functions in this industry sector and why it would be advantageous to adopt ISO 31000 in property development.…

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Added by Martin Davies on July 26, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments

Looking for partners with CFAR-m (risk analytic)

CFAR-m main features (unique algo and features) 



Aggregation is a way to combine several single indicators representing different components (dimensions)

of the same concept to form a single aggregate. The result leads to a single score, called a composite

indicator, which has the ability to summarize a large amount of information in a comprehensible form .

Aggregation requires the determination of a weighting scheme of the different components. This task is…

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Added by Remi Mollicone on July 22, 2012 at 3:52am — No Comments

The ACME Corporation

It just seems the either no one is measuring realized risk exposure numbers for their firms, or mums the word on their findings.  The information that I collect is strongly covered by Non-Disclosure Agreements.  To help with this, I want to start publishing de-identified statistical abstracts.  

I included some of these statistical abstracts in the financial section of a paper published by ANSI.  I am a coauthor on, "The Financial Impact of Breach Health Information, A Business Case…

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Added by Don Turnblade on July 18, 2012 at 5:30pm — 1 Comment

Retrofitting ISO 31000

Should we retrofit ISO 31000 to become the umbrella for enterprise risk management?

ISO 31000 has two key issues for integration in the enterprise. The first is an accidental creation of conflict from the ISO standards board, the other is a missed oversight on what is happening on the ground.  …

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Added by Martin Davies on July 13, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

Making the most of commercial lending – how do banks get there?

Since the financial crisis, the banking climate has changed considerably. What used to be an abundant landscape where most, if not all banking providers coexisted profitably, is gone.

Today, banks have been forced to operate in a drastically more competitive environment. Increased access to information, advances in technology and greater choice has given the consumer more freedom to ‘shop around’, placing them clearly in the driving seat.

The longstanding relationships banks…

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Added by Vincent Kroening on July 12, 2012 at 6:45pm — No Comments

Leveraged Finance 2012 - Industry Quiz





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Added by Stacey Kelly on July 12, 2012 at 4:26pm — No Comments

ERM - It's not just what you do, but how you do it!

Risk management solutions are not a separate module or product. Instead, they compose an approach that adds value to both top-down and bottom-up activities within the organization.…

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Added by Steven Minsky on July 11, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments

How to Manage Risks in a Project? Short blog posts with practical tips

From one passionate Project Manager to another. For all you Risk Management evangelists out there, my next blog posts will help you understand the Risk Management Process. These posts will contain several short and sweet parts where I will give some practical implementation of the theory.



Why Risk Management is necessary for Projects?

Many, many projects fail? Why? It’s got to be scope creep, schedule delays, cost overrun, poor quality and/or customer…

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Added by Anand Chittoor on July 11, 2012 at 3:08am — No Comments

Business model to change the Economy

Developed multiple financial arbitrages that allowed me to invest in the  financial markets without risk. Produced a business model for the arbitrage, that is ready to be implemented.  This model applies to all business sectors.



The model allows the  buyer to purchase any product or service and receive a 100% rebate, and possible  to have all their financed payment's made for them.



Based on the production of approx. 40% return from arbitrage.  Based on What I produced…

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Added by Thomas Adair on July 8, 2012 at 5:12pm — No Comments

Risk Leadership: To Quantify or not to Quantify

Douglas Hubbard, in his book "The Failure of Risk Management", claims that risk management failed us in the lead up to the GFC because of flawed risk models, the use of qualitative risk assessment through the use of risk matrices or both. He contends that anything can be measured and that we should be measuring.…

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Added by Bryan Whitefield on July 6, 2012 at 7:10am — 4 Comments

12 TIPS FOR IMPLEMENTING A SUCCESSFUL VOLUNTARY/WORKSITE BENEFIT PLAN

While Voluntary/Worksite benefits have been around for years - I started getting my feet wet in 1986 -  the number of "Choices" in Carriers and Plans has grown dramatically!  There's more Demand, more Choices, and more Responsibilities!

Let's start with some simple Tips for Brokers - The Dos, Don'ts and Things to Remember!

  1. Do - Team-Up!  If you…
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Added by Philip Eide on July 5, 2012 at 8:09pm — No Comments

Bow tie - Cause and Effect Analysis

There are several ways to look at operational risk but perhaps one of the most exciting and intuitive methods in use today is Cause-Effect Analysis.
 
In this short post, we look at how Cause-Effect Analysis works and we extend…
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Added by Martin Davies on July 2, 2012 at 6:33pm — No Comments

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